The Great Challenge of Humanity All our lives we’ve been bombarded by the many choices that life throws our way. Some of which in our perspective are what we’d call “good” choices and some of which may be considered “evil” choices. Humans are born with this innate capacity within ourselves to do good or evil. […]

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Sir Robert PeelCJA/214December 14, 2011 Sir Robert PeelLaw enforcement and forms of maintaining order have been attempted for centuries all over the world. However, no form of policing or doctrine was ever instituted. Sir Robert Peel was a prominent figure in forming the modern concept of policing as we know it today. Sir Robert Peel […]

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PreLab Assignment 1. Why are people interested in using probiotics for health purposes? (use nih.gov as source) ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 2. Look up the historical perspective of the disease syphilis caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. Make a few notes here: ________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 3. A ringworm is not a worm, but a fungus. What […]

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The waiting room was stuffy. Cheap air freshener battled with the scent of too many sick strangers in too small a space. A runny nosed boy chewed a burly action figure while his mother talked small with an elderly stranger. Three men of assorted age studied their shoes. This was fifteen minutes I was never […]

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Make them Listen (Argument) Everyone wants an audience to be receptive to your speech, right? As well as being attentive? Of course, we all want them to like and trust you. Fortunately, there is a way for getting people to be like this. I will be telling you about the techniques of ethos, your answer. […]

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a˜»a˜»Tifffany WalkerRandy Brock, InstructorEng.Compl. 130204/26/14Bless the Beast and the ChildrenBless the beast and the children, for they have no voice to be heard, their fates lie in the hands of others. The world they see, the world they know, is dependent on the world that is created for them by those who have the ‘power’ […]

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Project Schedule: Riordan ManufacturingRiordan Manufacturing wants to update the software applications used by the Human Resources Department. The overall objective is to integrate all of the existing applications currently in use into a single application that will be implemented at all of the company locations. This portion of the project plan will concentrate on the […]

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After Black Tuesday the U.S went into an economic crisis known as the Great Depression. During the depression the poltical, economic, and social institutions in the U.S were in bad conditions. The government, various groups and individuals sought ways to address the problems that Americans faced. The Great Depression began during the stock market crash […]

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“At the stroke of the midnight hour, whenthe world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom.” These were the historical words of our first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, on the eve of India’s much awaited Independence Day. However, has India really woken up from its sleep of dreams and aspirations? It was a memorable occasion when the rule  of slavery came to an end and India stepped forward as a free country with zest and anxiousness. We were proud of the nation’s leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad and several others. Independence was an opening to opportunities, to greater triumphs and achievements. However, are we brave enough and wise enough to grab this opportunity and accept the challenge of  the future? Since Independence, Indians have come a long way in terms of development. Our greatest challenge was eradicating poverty and hunger from the face of the country and we have managed to achieve 40%  of it. Heavy industrialization brought about employment and development, and the Indian economy started booming from a completely agricultural product contribution of 60%. There was a significant development in the scientific and technological fields. Water conservation projects and satellites ensured telecommunications facilities to every village in India. Indian doctors won laurels for the country. However, India learnt expensive lessons in the defence industry  that proved how poorly we were equipped  for the defence of our sovereignty. In the last decade, India has made remarkable progress in the IT industry, Defence, Science, Economy, etc. However, the picture is not as rosy as it appears. The population is soaring sky high, disintegration of basic social and moral values, violence, brain drain and wrong influence of Western culture has maintained India’s steady downfall. Someone rightly said, “Modern man is an intellectual giant but a moral dwarf.” The pledge we all took at the time of independence has now becom…

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